The merry migration from Java EE into the Eclipse Foundation continues with the announcement of nine new project proposals for the still-unnamed collaboration.
Java 9 was the culmination of years of development, updating this old favorite to the needs of the modern internet. But what do we mean by modern, anyways? In this article, Richard Gall explains why modern means refined, advanced, and convenient… and how Java 9 is all of these things.
We’ve already debunked the myth that DevOps is a magic bullet but we haven’t covered the missing elements in this movement. We invited Kavitha Mariappan, CMO at Split to talk about full-stack experimentation, why it’s a game-changer and how profound its impact is on a business.
Agile development is great for a lot of things. However, it’s important to remember security issues in the development process. In this article, Jessica Cyrus goes over the best ways to make sure security concerns are adressed properly in the Agile development process.
Docker is revolutionizing IT — you’re probably hearing this phrase quite often. Still, these questions linger: If we were to look beyond the hype, what’s so disruptive about Docker technology? What are the differences between Docker and a virtual machine? What is hype and where does the real added value lie? We talked with Chanwit Kaewkasi about all this and more.
What is e4 and why is it different on JavaFX? In this article, Tom Schindl explains how you can develop applications and write 100% framework-free business components with e4 on JavaFX.
Security issues are no joke, but it’s hard to stay updated with everything. Constant vigilance is tiring, you know? Keep track of your potential vulnerabilities with GitHub’s dependency graphs and security alerts.
Open Source security lifecycle: It takes almost 3 years to publicly disclose library vulnerabilities
We’ve already dissected Snyk’s State of Software Security Report and we’ve pointed out that about 75% of application code is made up of open source components. What we still haven’t covered is the lifecycle of an open source security vulnerability and the steps that play an essential role in the overall state of security. Let’s proceed.
Version 5.0.0 of Angular, pentagonal-donut is here! This major release contains an abundance of new features and bugfixes; its aim is to continue the Angular team’s focus on making it smaller, faster, and easier to use. But even though we’re still in awe of the release, it’s business as usual for the Angular team. Case in point: 5.1.0-beta.1 is here.
The name Java EE will have to go — we knew that already. Now’s your chance to have a say in this matter: Everyone is invited to help choose a new name for Java EE. Names can be nominated by anyone in the community via this GitHub Issue record.
Do you dream about building a robust and resilient microservice? Great news, MicroProfile Fault Tolerance is the new future to building one! In this article, Emily Jiang explains how Eclipse MicroProfile Fault Tolerance provides a simple and flexible solution to build a fault tolerance microservice.
Elasticsearch 6.0 is here! The team knows that doing a full cluster restart when upgrading to a new major version is not something users look forward to so they’ve created a new upgrade experience for migrating applications to new versions. Let’s take a closer look at the 6.0 release.
The most popular machine learning project becomes even more mobile-friendly with the introduction of TensorFlow Lite. Designed to be lightweight, cross-platform, and fast, this makes it even easier for machine learning models to be deployed on mobile or embedded devices.
How do you feel about turning time into cryptocurrency? mytime, a new blockchain platform aims to turn time into a measurable value and give an efficient tool to businesses and users. How can businesses benefit by purchasing time directly from users? We invited Eduard Gurinovich, CEO of mytime to answer all these questions and more.